Singapore CityMany people go to Singapore because of its healthy economy, amazing transportation system, and world-class attractions. It is one of the leading nations in Asia that welcomes more than 15 million tourists each year. If you’re one of the country’s visitors, here are five night attractions that are worth a look.

Singapore Night Safari

Hours: 7:30 PM to 12 AM

Budget: 45 SGD

The Night Safari is one of Singapore’s most famous tourist attractions. It is the world’s first nocturnal wildlife park that caters not only to adults but children as well. It features several endangered species, including fishing cats, pangolins, and barking deer.

Stroll Marina Bay

Hours: 6 PM onwards

Budget: 30 SGD for food and drinks

Looking for something romantic? Stroll Marina Bay at night. The long boardwalk offers a picturesque view of the city without charge. While there, make sure to catch Spectra, a free-to-public light and water show powered by lasers and fountain jets.

Cosmic Bowling at The Chevrons

Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday, 8 PM to 12 PM; Friday and Saturday, 10 PM to 3 AM

Budget: 30 SGD

Want to party but want to stay sporty, too? Go cosmic bowling! This glow-in-the-dark experience combines bowling and disco, escalating the excitement the sport already brings. It’s one of the cool places to visit in Singapore that is ideal for families and groups of friends.

Chinatown Night Market

Hours: Monday to Thursday, noon to 11 PM; Friday and Saturday, noon to 1 AM

Budget: 30 to 100 SGD

Tourists will love shopping at Chinatown Night Market, specifically along Pagoda Street and Sago Street. This iconic Singapore night attraction is home to delicious local food, silk products, and souvenirs, making it a favourite of many shoppers.

Red Dot Design Museum

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 10 AM to 8 PM; Friday to Sunday, 10 AM to 11 PM

Budget: 6 SGD

Located in Marina Boulevard, Red Dot Design Museum features contemporary artworks of designers from all over the world. The museum’s first floor houses a design shop and a cafe, while the second floor is a gallery full of design works. A must visit for art students and design enthusiasts.

Experience Singapore not only at day but also at night. Take the time to visit one (or all) of these attractions. Enjoy!